Expressing yourself or communicating with others can be difficult especially when grieving over the death of a loved one. Every person has a different approach in terms of coping. Some might retreat into isolation while others seek support from family and friends. Despite the overwhelming feelings of despair, allow yourself to experience this process no matter how tough. Know that recovery and moving forward takes time so stay positive. If you’re mourning a recent loss, we hope you find comfort in this collection of sad yet touching grief-related quotes.
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Brandy Ramirez has experienced the death of many loved ones. She lost her almost 2-year-old niece to malpractice, her father to cancer, four cousins to suicide, and her grandparents to … Read More
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When Tanya Castillo lost her 2-year-old daughter to malpractice, she not only had to deal with the devastation surrounding her daughter’s painful death, but she also had no funds to … Read More